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Monthly Archives: April 2005

Protesting Prosperity

Protesting Prosperity

A group of anti-trade students is collecting signatures in Thayer Hall for a petition against the Central American Free Trade Agreement. CAFTA is modeled on the decade-old North American Free… Read more »

Get Xtreme with MoveOn!

Get Xtreme with MoveOn!

— Forwarded Message from Sharon D. Racusin — >Date: 22 Apr 2005 06:44:17 EDT>From: Sharon D. Racusin>Subject: Rally for fair judges It is time to pull out all the stops!… Read more »

NH Libertarians Try to Vote in Trustee Election

NH Libertarians Try to Vote in Trustee Election

Following up on his group’s threat, New Hampshire libertarian Michael Lorrey, who is not an alumnus, is attempting to cast his ballot in the alumni Trustee election. He sent the… Read more »

This Seems Counterproductive

This Seems Counterproductive

As part of its ongoing effort to curtail student alcohol consumption, the College will be conducting a free alcohol screening tomorrow in Collis Commonground. Students who participate will receive a… Read more »

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Women’s lacrosse wins Ivy title

Women’s lacrosse wins Ivy title

Yesterday, the Dartmouth’s women’s lacrosse team continued their unprecedented thirteen-game winning streak in grand style, defeating archrival Princeton for the Ivy League crown (the program’s tenth). The Valley News‘ coverage… Read more »

Spin City

Spin City

Anyone who has been following the trustee election is no doubt aware that the College pleads innocence on the charge of hostility to free expression. The official line — despite… Read more »

Zywicki: Bankruptcy Reformer

Zywicki: Bankruptcy Reformer

Alumni Trustee petition candidate Todd Zywicki ’88, a long-time supporter of reforming America’s bankruptcy laws, was recently invited to the White House to watch President Bush sign the reform into… Read more »

‘The Decline of Rhetoric’

‘The Decline of Rhetoric’

The new issue of The Dartmouth Review is now online. In this issue: Dartmouth closes down its speech department by forcing out its lone remaining professor; Professor Kuypers speaks his… Read more »

Daily D Favors Free Speech

Daily D Favors Free Speech

The Daily Dartmouth‘s editorial board today decried the Student Assembly’s electoral regulations that restrict the electioneering not only of candidates but of their supporters. In particular, the suspension of the… Read more »